The Gratwick Society

What is the Gratwick Society

The Gratwick Society is a group of distinguished donors who contribute $1,000 or more annually toward the fight against cancer at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center. Since 1994, the distinguished members of the Gratwick Society have been leaders in supporting groundbreaking scientific and clinical cancer research, innovative patient-care programs and educational cancer awareness and prevention programs.

The Gratwick Society is co-chaired by Donna M. and Ambassador Anthony H. Gioia and Cynthia and Patrick P. Lee. 

Society Member Benefits

Annual gift of $1,000 - $4,999


Society Member Benefits

Annual gift of $5,000+

In addition to the Gratwick Society benefits, Gratwick Gold members will also receive:


To reserve your behind-the-scenes tour please contact Halie Davis at 716-845-1338. If you have any other questions or would like to make your donation by phone, please call Gretchen LaRock at 716-845-4391.

Click here to view our most recent Gratwick Society Distinguished Donors book.

History of the Gratwick Society

In 1900, the Gratwick family provided Dr. Roswell Park with an extraordinary gift of $25,000 to help establish what is known today as Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center, America's first comprehensive cancer center.  Today, the Gratwick name identifies a group of distinguished donors who make leadership gifts to Roswell Park in the same generous spirit as the Gratwick family.